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Can You Forgive Her?: A 19th Century Modern Female

Can You Forgive Her?:  A 19th Century Modern Female

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It’s like a twisted Halloween night version of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff starring modern versions of the female leads of  1,096 more words

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The Lucky One: Poor Tom, Poor Gerald

The Lucky One: Poor Tom, Poor Gerald

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The accents are on in full in A. A. Milne’s The Lucky One, currently being staged by the Mint Theater Company at Theatre Row. 948 more words

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Sojourners & Her Portmanteau: The Star is Born

Sojourners & Her Portmanteau: The Star is Born

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Mfoniso Udofia is a playwright that I have had little to no connection to. So the prospect of seeing two of her plays, one right after another, held a great excitement and sense of promise.   997 more words

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Iphigenia In Splott: A Foul Mouthed Greek Heroine

Iphigenia In Splott: A Foul Mouthed Greek Heroine

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Looking at us straight in the eye, in the most unnerving manner, Sophie Melville dares us to look away. 629 more words

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It’s official. Please join in Opening Night festivities on June 7th if you can, come by some other time if that works better for your schedule, or have an amazing June and July wherever you are. 198 more words

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The Golden Apple: The Mincemeat Pie that Triggered the Trojan War

The Golden Apple:  The Mincemeat Pie that Triggered the Trojan War

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The Golden Apple, which debuted on Broadway at the Alvin Theatre back in 1954 was praised back then for its all American sound and passion (although it only ran for 125 performances). 1,267 more words

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Opening Night photos from THE RECKLESS SEASON

We had a tremendous enthusiastic crowd with us for Opening Night of THE RECKLESS SEASON on Monday April 24th. Here are some photos of the beautiful people who shared the night with us! 38 more words

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